Exit Games

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Exit Games, Inc.
Type Private
Founded February 2003
Headquarters Hamburg, Germany
Key people Harald Behnke,
Co-founder & CEO

Chris Wegmann,
Co-founder & CTO

Oliver Reis,
Co-founder & CFO
Industry Online Games
Website www.exitgames.com

Exit Games is a German venture capital financed company, founded in 2003, with offices in Hamburg and Portland offering a multiplayer engine for multiplayer games and Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOGs) on various technological platforms, including mobile, PC and consoles.



Exit Games provides MMOG middleware technology. Core of Exit Games' technology is the multiplayer engine "Neutron" enabling the most common multiplayer features such as matchmaking, turn synchronisation, highscores, profiles and friends lists. This is offered as client and server SDKs which include libraries for various platforms, code samples and documentation.

Originally aimed at and running on mobile platforms such as J2ME, Brew, Win Mobile, Flash Lite, Android and iPhone, Exit Games Neutron libraries have also become available for Win32, .NET, J2SE, Objective-C and Flash. Since all libraries connect to the same backend using the same commands and logics, cross-platform interactivity is possible, i.e. communication between different variants of an application running on various platforms (mobile, PC, console).

Exit Games offers Neutron as a managed service including hosting, but has also engaged in custom gameserver development.

In 2004, Exit Games won the third price of the "Microsoft .NET Award" in the category "Best Mobility Solution"[1] and in 2006, Exit Games won the "3G CDMA Industry Achievement Award" in the category "Innovative Entertainment Technology Development"[2]

Business model

Exit Game provides its technology cost-free for development. Income comes through professional services, custom development, revenue-sharing or seat licensing.

In April 2007, World Golf Tour chose Exit Games Neutron as a platform for their high-definition browser-based Golf game[3]. In May 2007, Abandon Entertainment chose Exit Games Neutron as a platform for their brower-based MMOG Freaky Creatures[4].


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